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1rocky

adjective \ˈrä-kē\
rock·i·errock·i·est

Definition of ROCKY

1
:  abounding in or consisting of rocks
2
:  difficult to impress or affect :  insensitive
3
:  firmly held :  steadfast

Origin of ROCKY

Middle English rokky, from rokke rock
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with ROCKY

2rocky

adjective
rock·i·errock·i·est

Definition of ROCKY

2
:  physically upset or mentally confused (as from drinking excessively)
3
:  marked by obstacles or problems :  difficult, rough <a financially rocky year — Michael Murray>

Origin of ROCKY

1rock
First Known Use: 1737

Rhymes with ROCKY

ROCKY Defined for Kids

rocky

adjective \ˈrä-kē\
rock·i·errock·i·est

Definition of ROCKY for Kids

:  full of or consisting of rocks <a rocky shore> <rocky cliffs>
July 02, 2015
apprehension Hear it
comprehension or the fear of future evil
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